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Watch--Merrick Garland: 'I Don't Know' If DOJ Will Continue Prosecuting Illegal Immigration

President Joe Biden's nominee for United States Attorney General, Merrick Garland, says he does not know if the Department of Justice (DOJ) will continue prosecuting illegal border crossings should the Senate confirm him. 
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Arrested Trump Appointee Tells Judge 'Cockroaches Crawling Over Me' in Jail After Storming Capitol
Federico Guillermo Klein, 42, became the first Trump administration official to be arrested for taking part in the insurrection.
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Two more former aides publicly accuse Cuomo of sexual misconduct
A fourth woman alleged sexual misconduct against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Saturday.
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Exclusive – FL Rep. Byron Donalds on Coronavirus Bill: Democrats ‘Didn’t Want to Let a Crisis Go to Waste’
ORLANDO, Florida — Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) denounced the partisan $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, which the House passed last week and the Senate passed Saturday, as a Democrat “wish list” that contained in large part items unrelated to immediate coronavirus relief, providing his remarks in an interview with Breitbart News during the Conservative Political Action Conference.
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Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years
The remains of Emil Kapaun, the Catholic priest and Korean War prisoner of war, have been identified, the Pentagon said Friday. Kapaun was given the Medal of Honor posthumously in 2013.
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How Democrats miscalculated Manchin and later won him back
• Senate passes Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan after all-night votes • Biden's historic victory for America -- no thanks to GOP • Here's what's in the Senate stimulus plan
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San Francisco district to reopen after putting school name backlash to rest
The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) plans to reopen schools starting April 12, announced the city’s Board of Education Friday.
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Boy with ‘severe trauma’ found dead inside NYC apartment
An apparently serially bludgeoned Manhattan boy was found dead inside a Harlem apartment Saturday, authorities said. The 10-year-old had “severe trauma” throughout his body, with injuries both old and new, said a source, who added that two family members were being questioned in connection with the child’s death. The tragic youngster was found just before...
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UFC 259 results: Askar Askarov dominates, bloodies Joseph Benavidez in one-sided decision
Askar Askarov's success and Joseph Benavidez's struggles both continued at UFC 259.       Related StoriesUFC 259 results: Askar Askarov dominates, bloodies Joseph Benavidez in one-sided decision - EnclosureUFC 259 video: Kai Kara-France's walk-off KO of Rogerio Bontorin leads to confusionUFC 259 video: Kai Kara-France's walk-off KO of Rogerio Bontorin leads to confusion - Enclosure 
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Jets may look to help Robert Saleh with 49ers free agents
When the Jets hired Rex Ryan as head coach in 2009, he inherited a roster that had won nine games the year before. The roster did not lack talent, but Ryan had a priority in free agency — his guys. The Jets added linebacker Bart Scott, safety Jim Leonhard and defensive end Marques Douglas in...
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UFC 259 video: Kai Kara-France's walk-off KO of Rogerio Bontorin leads to confusion
Kai Kara-France's win on Saturday night was impressive but also weird.       Related StoriesUFC 259 video: Kai Kara-France's walk-off KO of Rogerio Bontorin leads to confusion - EnclosureUFC 259 video: Sean Brady dominates Jake Matthews, sinks in third-round choke submissionUFC 259 video: Sean Brady dominates Jake Matthews, sinks in third-round choke submission - Enclosure 
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Arrogant Andrew Cuomo faces a fall: Goodwin
During his sorry/not sorry press conference last week, Gov. Cuomo made a sudden detour to throw mud at Mayor de Blasio. Answering a question about his ability to do his job, the governor veered off course to say the city is “teetering” because of rising crime and homelessness.  “We have to get New York City...
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Lurid PTA ‘lies’ part of power struggle in Astoria’s Greek community: lawsuit
A Greek blogger is being being paid to post lurid lies as part of a mysterious “power struggle” in Queens’ Greek community, according to a lawsuit. The web writer, Nikos Stamatakis, and his Helleniscope blog have been on a “malicious and relentless campaign” against prominent Greek leaders in Astoria, one man alleges in Manhattan Supreme...
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Trump says he'll campaign against Murkowski in Alaska next year
Former President Donald Trump said Saturday he plans to campaign against GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski in Alaska next year when she's up for reelection, intensifying his pledges to oppose GOP lawmakers who have bucked him.
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US Chamber of Commerce won't pull support for lawmakers who objected to election results on January 6
The US Chamber of Commerce will not suspend financial contributions to members of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 presidential election, according to a memo released Friday.
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Secret behind Jacob deGrom’s velocity-defying success
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The college pitching coach, looking to help his charges, tapped an old connection for some wisdom. “I wanted to see if I could take a nugget to pass along to these kids,” Mike Pelfrey, working at his alma mater, Wichita State, said in a recent telephone interview. “Jake’s at the...
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Austin mayor blasts Abbott's lift of mask mandate, but says 'Neanderthal' is 'not a word I would have used'
Austin’s Democratic Mayor Steve Adler blasted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to lift the statewide mask mandate, but said that President Biden’s “Neanderthal” comment was “not a word that I would have used.” 
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Iditarod dog sledding race resumes in Alaska amid COVID challenges
ANCHORAGE, Alaska  — Traveling across the rugged, unforgiving and roadless Alaska terrain is already hard enough, but whatever comforts mushers previously had in the world’s most famous sled dog race will be cast aside this year due to the pandemic. In years past, mushers would stop in any number of 24 villages that serve as...
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20-Year-Old Bowling Green Sophomore on Life Support After ‘Deathly’ Hazing Incident
via YouTube/WTOL 11 A 20-year-old sophomore at Bowling Green State University is fighting for his life after being found in “dire” condition following a fraternity hazing incident. Stone Foltz was rushed to a hospital early Friday after he was found by his roommates following what one fellow student described as a “deathly” and “crazy” alcohol-related hazing event.Just over 24 hours later, Foltz’s family has found itself facing the unthinkable: beginning the process to donate his organs.“Please have respect, be considerate and passionate. Please don’t post comments on details of what you heard. Stone is still with us for the time as we go thru the process to donate his organs. Hug your children and tell them everyday how much you love them,” read a statement from Foltz’s mother, shared with local media by an attorney for the family.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Cuomo’s behavior created ‘hostile, toxic’ workplace culture for decades, former aides say
One woman who worked with Andrew M. Cuomo when he was housing secretary said he gave her a physical embrace in a hotel room in 2000 that was “too tight, too intimate.” Cuomo denies her account.
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Leader Lee Westwood trying to win one for the 'old guys'
Westwood, who turns 48 next month, poured in eight birdies and an eagle en route to shooting 7-under 65.      
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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver defends All-Star Game, responds to LeBron criticism
SportsPulse: NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addressed the media on the eve of the All-Star Game and explained that economic interests were a factor when deciding whether or not to press forward.       
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FDNY paramedic bitten on face by patient says she’ll keep working
A brave FDNY paramedic, savagely attacked by a crazed teenager who took a bite out of her face, said the bizarre encounter will not derail her career. “I have a very deep passion for what I do,” Jenna Piscitello told The Post. “This incident isn’t going to ever stop from me continuing to be as...
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Safe water -- it's what women want
Of the many indirect consequences of Covid-19, growing gender inequality is an area of grave concern where the world is falling grievously behind. While women labor at the frontlines, comprising 70% of the world's healthcare workers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), they are also leaving the workforce at a much higher rate than men, and doing over three-quarters of all unpaid care work, including the care of children.
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Safe water -- it's what women want
Writing for International Women's Day, the former leaders of New Zealand and Costa Rica Helen Clark and Laura Chinchilla say the pandemic has exacerbated many gender inequalities, especially the lack of access to safe water and sanitation, suffered by billions around the world and disproportionately affecting women and girls.
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Opinion: Big Ten promises bruising, exciting tournament that could yield national champion
The Big Ten's championship contenders - including two probable No. 1 seeds - make the conference tournament a warm-up for a national title run.       
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Black mother pepper-sprayed in front of her toddler, police say
The Police Accountability Board in Rochester, New York, is calling for fundamental changes in the city's police department after police said a Black mother was pepper-sprayed during an arrest, which body camera footage showed took place in front of her 3-year-old child.
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Black mother pepper-sprayed in front of her toddler, police say
The Police Accountability Board in Rochester, New York, is calling for fundamental changes in the city's police department after police said a Black mother was pepper-sprayed during an arrest, which body camera footage showed took place in front of her 3-year-old child.
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$1,400 Stimulus Check Is 'Down Payment,' Recurring Checks Need to Follow, Says Senator Ed Markey
"We need recurring payments," Markey said. "We will not stop until we pass at least a $15 federal minimum wage, and that includes abolishing the filibuster to ensure we give our workers a raise."
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Bob Baffert's Life Is Good gallops to win in San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita
Trainer Bob Baffert has another Kentucky Derby favorite in Life is Good, who cruised to a victory in the San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita on Saturday.
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Mom allegedly abandoned, then killed, 6-year-old son; dumped body in river
An Ohio mother was indicted on 16 counts, including murder, in the death of her 6-year-old son, who police say was dumped in the Ohio River and has yet to be found.
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Dodgers' Trevor Bauer, in one-eyed-jack mode, throws three scoreless innings
Trevor Bauer, who threw some of his pitches with an eye shut, tossed three scoreless innings in the Dodgers' 2-1 spring training loss to San Diego.
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Alabama Officers Praised for Saving Two Lives in Two Days: 'We Are So Grateful'
Two police officers in Athens, Alabama, are being called hometown heroes for recently saving two lives in two days during roadside emergencies.
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Montana Sen. Steve Daines: ‘Shameful’ Senate Dems Allow Billions of Tax Dollars to Fund Abortions
Sen. Steve Daines rebuked Senate Democrats for allowing billions of taxpayer dollars to be used to fund abortion in the COVID bill.
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Georgia district attorney investigating Trump hires lawyer with expertise in racketeering cases
A lawyer with deep expertise in racketeering cases has been retained by the Atlanta-area district attorney's office investigating former President Donald Trump.
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FDA warns against using head lice drug ivermectin to treat coronavirus
The Food and Drug Administration is warning Americans against using ivermectin, a drug that kills parasites, to treat COVID-19. 
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Yankees ‘shocked’ by Aaron Boone’s quick return after heart scare
TAMPA — Aaron Boone went back to work Saturday, just three days after having a pacemaker inserted to address a low heart rate. The manager was at the Yankees’ Player Development Complex on Saturday morning, while Gerrit Cole and Justin Wilson pitched live batting practice. The team then headed to Bradenton, Fla., to face the...
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Arnold Palmer would have loved this incredible day of golf
ORLANDO, Fla. — Sometimes, you get days like this in golf. Days when there are so many fireworks going off in the same tournament it becomes dizzying, your head constantly on a swivel. If you were fortunate enough to be on the grounds at Bay Hill on Saturday for the third round of the Arnold...
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Rangers face another goalie decision as Igor Shesterkin’s return draws near
Igor Shesterkin, who suffered a groin injury late in the Rangers’ victory Thursday at Prudential Center and who is listed as “day-to-day,” will accompany the Blueshirts to Pittsburgh for the two-game set that commences on Sunday. The goaltender will not play in at least the first contest, however. To that end, coach David Quinn will...
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Kennedy Nzechukwu ends insane UFC 259 fight with violent KO of Carlos Ulberg
At UFC 259, Kennedy Nzechukwu and Carlos Ulberg went back and forth until the fight came to an end in violent fashion.       Related StoriesKennedy Nzechukwu ends insane UFC 259 fight with violent KO of Carlos Ulberg - EnclosureJoe Rogan, Daniel Cormier criticize referee in Uros Medic's drawn-out TKO at UFC 259Joe Rogan, Daniel Cormier criticize referee in Uros Medic's drawn-out TKO at UFC 259 - Enclosure 
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Cuomo's inner circle: What to know about embattled NY governor's senior administration
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NYC mom enraged by teacher playing rap videos during Zoom economics class
A Queens mom working at home was outraged to discover that her son’s Zoom economics class at a Brooklyn high school consisted of rap videos featuring drug deals, prostitutes and vulgar language, including the N-word.
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Bubble watch: Wichita State quietly thriving; Louisville tumbles out of NCAA Tournament consideration
The Shockers roll over South Florida and continue to build their case for inclusion in the NCAA Tournament a week from Selection Sunday.       
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Foster kid abused 6-year-old daughter, mom claims in lawsuit
A Brooklyn mom claims her 6-year-old was sexually abused by a foster child the city’s Administration for Children’s Services practically dumped on her doorstep. The disturbing situation began with a bizarre night in January 2020, when a pregnant lady the mother had met just once before on the playground rang her doorbell with a child...
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UFC 259 video: Sean Brady dominates Jake Matthews, sinks in third-round choke submission
Watch Sean Brady pick up his 14th pro win at UFC 259.       Related StoriesUFC 259 video: Sean Brady dominates Jake Matthews, sinks in third-round choke submission - EnclosureJoe Rogan, Daniel Cormier criticize referee in Uros Medic's drawn-out TKO at UFC 259Joe Rogan, Daniel Cormier criticize referee in Uros Medic's drawn-out TKO at UFC 259 - Enclosure 
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Los Angeles County Sheriff: Minority Communities Will Have to Deal with Crime Caused by D.A.'s Policies
On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Ingraham Angle,” Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva stated that black and Latino communities will bear the cost of Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon’s “ill-advised” crime policies “and the people
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Lawmaker fires back at Tucker Carlson's QAnon spin
Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) weighs in on Fox News host Tucker Carlson calling QAnon supporters "gentle people." Quigley was at the Capitol on January 6 when a pro-Trump mob stormed the building, leaving five dead and dozens injured.
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Biden administration fires Trump-appointed lawyer who refused to resign
The White House fired the Trump-appointed General Counsel of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Friday evening, following her refusal to step down.
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Port Authority shoe shiners sue over alleged falsified wages
They were practically shoe shine slaves. Two men who claim they earned just $20 a day shining shoes at Port Authority are suing their former boss for their alleged dismal earnings. Reynaldo Almonte of the Bronx and Benigno Pacheco, of Brooklyn, worked without breaks, were paid in cash and were never paid overtime, they alleged...
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